Diane Hathaway

Ex-Michigan Supreme Court Justice Released From PrisonA U.S. Bureau of Prisons spokesman said Diane Hathaway became eligible for home confinement Thursday.
Ex-Judge Wants Out Of Prison Early, Fears She May Have Sentenced Fellow InmatesThe former Michigan Supreme Court Justice says she is afraid because it is possible she sentenced inmates in her prison facility.
Disgraced Ex-Mich. Judge Gets Prison For Fraud"I stand before you a broken person," said former Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway.
Snyder Names Macomb County Judge To Supreme CourtGov. Rick Snyder on Wednesday named a Macomb County judge to the Michigan Supreme Court to replace a justice who stepped down last month amid a scandal over her real estate dealings.
Ex-Mich. Supreme Court Justice Hathaway Pleads GuiltyDiane Hathaway admitted on the record that she developed a scheme to hide her true worth and she made illegal real estate transfers in order to hide her wealth.
Hathaway To Appear In Federal Court On Bank Fraud ChargeFormer Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway will make her first appearance in federal court next week on a charge of bank fraud.
Justice Hathaway Charged With Bank Fraud Days Before Resignation Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway has been charged with bank fraud just a few days before quitting the state's highest court.
Mich. Justice Hathaway To Retire Amid Real Estate ScandalA lawyer says embattled Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway will retire on Jan. 21.
Lawyer Says Hathaway Will Fight To Keep HouseThe lawyer for a Michigan Supreme Court justice accused of fraud says she'll file a claim to keep a Florida home out of the hands of the government
Feds Accuse Michigan Judge Of Real Estate FraudFederal authorities have filed a lawsuit accusing Michigan Supreme Court Justice Diane Hathaway of fraud in a real estate transaction.
Michigan Justice In Hot Seat Over House TransfersThe chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court called on a fellow justice to "clear the air" Thursday after a TV station said she put real estate in relatives' names while trying to persuade a bank to allow a short sale on a separate home.